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For those that have suppressors in jail, you might be at a range that allows you to use that suppressor while you wait. Have you ever decided to break down and do maintenance on that suppressor while at the range? Typically ranges don't let you do work while in the bay. But I'm seeing that the Octane 45 suggested maintenance every 500 rounds. Which I'm getting close to.

This is top of mind for me as I just cleaned the HK45 and it was by far the dirtiest handgun I've ever seen. Common for suppressed firearms from what I'm told.

 

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In all honesty, I don't clean any of them very frequently, even the ones that can be disassembled. The only one I've ever had an issue with is a first gen Gemtech Outback .22 that leaded up a bit over 20 years. I don't know that I've ever cleaned my .45 cans at all. I wouldn't worry about it.
Perfect! That is what I wanted to hear
 
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